Berlin, big news for the future of the Netflix series. And they will make the fans happy

The La Casa de Papel (Money Heist) spin-off show has established itself as one of the most loved series on the streaming platform

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Berlin, the acclaimed spin-off series of La Casa de Papel (Money Heist), has established itself since its debut on Netflix last December as one of the most loved series by users of the platform. As evidence of the public's widespread appreciation, the show remained in the top positions of the Top 10 of the most watched non-English language series for several weeks, accumulating over 53 million views in 91 countries. This performance also placed the series in ninth place among the most-watched shows in the history of the platform. Such an important success could therefore only guarantee the continuation of the series. In the last few hours, the development of the second season of Berlin has been confirmed, with the designated showrunners Álex Pina and Esther Martínez Lobato who will begin filming in 2025.

In addition to the protagonist Berlin, played once again by Pedro Alonso, the series saw the recruitment of a new team of specialists. The cast welcomed Michelle Jenner (Isabel) in the role of Keila, an authority in the field of electronic engineering; Tristán Ulloa (Fariña – Cocaine Coast) as Damián, a philanthropist professor and Berlin's councilor; Begoña Vargas (Welcome to Eden) is Cameron, a suicide bomber with a reckless lifestyle; Julio Peña Fernández (From My Window) will be present as Roi, Berlin's faithful follower; Joel Sánchez will instead be the face of Bruce, the tireless man of action of the gang.

Itziar Ituño and Najwa Nimri are also present, returning in their respective roles as policewomen Raquel Murillo and Alicia Sierra, already seen in Money Heist. Completing the cast are Samantha Siqueiros (The Secret of the Greco Family, Señora Acero), Julien Paschal (One Year, One Night), Rachel Lascar (From My Window: From Beyond the Sea) and Masi Rodríguez. Berlin was created by Esther Martínez Lobato and Álex Pina, former showrunners of the mother series. The eight episodes that make up the spin-off were directed by Albert Pintó (Sky Rojo, Malasaña 32), David Barrocal (Sky Rojo), and Geoffrey Cowper (Day Release). The screenplay for the series was written by David Oliva, Esther Martínez Lobato, Álex Pina, Lorena G. Maldonado, and David Berrocal himself.

Source: Deadline